To have the experience; learn firsthand: You have to be there to know what I mean/ I can tell you, because I’ve been there myself (1880s+)
- Be there for
verb phrase be available to help or support someone in a difficult circumstance
- Be there or be square
be there or be square sentence One should attend an event or one will be considered an outsider: The party? Be there or be square!
- Be there with bells on
be there with bells on sentence An expression of happiness about being someplace; I am eager and happy to be here: I will be there with bells on
to think; consider (used reflexively): He bethought himself a moment. to remind (oneself): to bethink oneself of family obligations. to remember; recall (used reflexively): She lives in the past now, bethinking herself of happier days. to determine; resolve: Under the circumstances I could not otherwise bethink me. Archaic. to bear in mind; remember. Archaic. to […]